The decrease from January to April compared to 297 attacks during the year-earlier period, state news agency WAM reported on Tuesday.
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According to the TRA’s statistics, 45 cyber attacks involved fraud and phishing and a further 26 cyber attacks aimed to leak information. The other attacks involved defamation and other purposes.
The authority’s statistics also showed that 85 attacks had a medium impact, 35 had a low impact, and 35 attacks had a major impact, without giving further details.
The TRA said it is working to raise awareness on how to counter malicious programmes by holding seminars and awareness programmes for the entire community.
It also recently launched the campaign They Do Not Deceive You, as part of its duty to raise community awareness.
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